Kelly A. Turner, Ph.D., was working as a counselor at a cancer research hospital in San Francisco when she came across a cancer patient who had achieved a recovery

MERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYBODY!  At Christmas time, Peace on Earth is an important theme.  Of course, peace is not always just political . . . it can occur in many different ways,

As a senior pharmacist who had dispensed medications to countless people over more than 30 years, Julia was emotionally broadsided when she was diagnosed with breast cancer

Phew!  It’s bad enough to have cancer rear its ugly head in a family, but what adds insult to injury is when that very situation tears a family apart.  How does this happen?

Not every cancer situation lends itself to a biopsy.  But when it does, and your doctor suggests one, you may have a decision to make.  Is it in your best interest?

  How would you feel if you were diagnosed with cancer, went to the top specialist at the top treatment center in America, did everything 

According to my own observations over the years, any strong impact to the body is something you should probably try to avoid if you have cancer.

Everyone dealing with cancer should know about Paw Paw . . . ESPECIALLY those who have already gone through or are getting chemotherapy.  Why?

Did you know that sexual orgasm can skew a man’s PSA test results? For men concerned about prostate cancer, abstaining from sex for two days before testing is

DCIS  (Ductal Carcinoma In Situ)  is a common breast cancer diagnosis.  In fact, according to some sources, it may comprise as much as 30% of all